Children and their caregivers from Shamba (the main intervention) were assessed at baseline, 3-month, 6-month, 9-month, and 12-month visit. The aims were to determine the impact of the intervention on children 0-5 years regarding behavioral and health outcomes including child diet, health care utilization of caregivers for children, child-care-related behaviors (e.g., immunizations, hygiene practices, and use of insecticide-treated bednets) and child health outcomes, including growth, disease, and development for children, age 0 to 59 months old, of the HIV-infected adults in the parent study. Data was collected by community health workers (CHW) on tablets using Google ODK software, and the structural hierarchy processed using SAS 9.3, Microsoft Visual Basic, and Excel.
Dominick A. Leone * Food Insecurity and HIV Risks
HIV & Nutrition